The Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG) is a voluntary association of local and tribal governments in the Tulsa metropolitan area in northeast Oklahoma. Established in 1967, INCOG is one of 11 Councils of Governments in the State of Oklahoma, and one of several hundred regional planning organizations across the country.  INCOG provides planning and coordination services to assist in creating solutions to local and regional challenges in such areas as land use, transportation, community and economic development, environmental quality, public safety, and services for older adults.

INCOG serves Creek, Osage, Rogers, Tulsa, and Wagoner counties,more than 50 cities and towns located in those counties, and the Muscogee (Creek) and Osage Nations.

 


The INCOG Offices will be CLOSED on Friday, July 3, 2015 in Observance of Independence Day.


Free Testing Available for
Private Water Wells
Flooded by Recent Storms

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) is providing free bacterial testing until August 15 for citizens with private water wells flooded by recent storms. Before collecting a water sample or for more information, call DEQ at 1-800-522-0206. If your water tests positive for bacteria, follow the well disinfection instructions on the ODEQ website.


Tulsa Area Trails System
The Tulsa Area Trails System is an interconnected system of bicycle and pedestrian trails maintained by several different entities. Trails are maintained by the City of Tulsa Parks Dept, Tulsa Public Works Dept., Riverparks Authority, Broken Arrow Parks, Tulsa County Parks, Jenks Parks Dept., the City of Skiatook, and the City of Sand Springs. 

Click here to learn more about Tulsa Area Trails system.

Click here for a map of the current trails that are closed due to construction.

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